Chicago Camps interviews Fred Beecher, an Axure fanatic (and perhaps a bit of a legend), a grower of UX Designers through his UX apprenticeship program at The Nerdery in Minneapolis, and a regular contributor to the UX Design community through a variety of articles and presentations. Fred was the closing keynote for Prototype Camp 2013 and is talking to us about a whole bunch of things around prototyping and Prototype Camp.
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About Fred Beecher
Fred Beecher has been working in User Experience since 1998. In that time he’s seen UX mature from a field struggling to prove its value to one driving an explosion of innovation and economic growth. To help feed the ever-increasing demand this explosion has sparked, Fred designed and implemented the UX apprenticeship program he currently manages at The Nerdery in Minneapolis, MN. Fred is an established contributor in the UX world. In 2007, he authored the first official Axure training program, which he ran until 2012. He has written numerous articles and blog posts on prototyping, iterative design, and UX career development, and he has spoken on these topics at design conferences worldwide. His face is also covered with pie.
About Chicago Camps
Chicago Camps, LLC ([chicagocamps.org]) was founded in 2012. They plan multiple low cost, high-value events primarily in Chicago.
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